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I guess you could say I got this hobby from my mom. I am looking forward to findings and maybe helping people out.|
My wife and I enjoy spending time together "graving".
Our primary goal is our own ancestory, followed closely thereafter by helping others out with photo requests.
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|Frances Pleines Eanes||Florence Webster|
I appreciate the photo of my Aunt Florence's plaque...however...there are 2 Florence Websters in this cemetery.The one you posted is not that of my aunt. I know because my uncle Ken had married both ladies. The one that is my aunt was born in 1909 and died in 1983. She was buried next to my uncle Kenneth...who died in 1988...I remember the sites are on the right of the grounds up on the knoll.I wonder if you could please remove the photo you entered and perhaps get the real one... and post that one. I thank you very much...
|Kim Preston||From far away|
Thank you. I no longer live in the area. I just wanted a general picture, and found your site, which was beyond my expectation.
|pat hennessey||RE: William Sherman|
You're welcome. Glad that the pictures helped you out.
|Donna Eanes Blum||Florence Webster|
Hello. I want to thank you so much for this photo. Most of her family are gone and remain in Baltimore, MD. Your help is greatly appreciated. Thanks again. Donna Eanes Blum
|Michael Milliken||Paul I Moyer|
Thanks for the photo of Paul I Moyer's grave marker from Salem United Church of Christ Cemetery in Campbelltown. I really appreciate your efforts in providing this photo for Paul's memorial on FindaGrave. Best wishes in your endeavors.